Jamie Wadley, MS, LLC
Are you finding difficulty in setting boundaries?
Are you frequently finding yourself succumbing to people-pleasing tendencies?
Do you often withhold your thoughts due to a fear of judgment?
Do you experience a desire to isolate from others or prioritize the needs of others over your own well-being?
Do you struggle to forge authentic connections?
Do you grapple with ongoing fear, a sense of impending events, feelings of hopelessness, emotional numbness, and encounter challenges when it comes to making commitments?
Are you facing challenges in locating a therapist who comprehends the complex intersections of your identity as a Black or Brown woman or a Black or Brown queer individual?
Are you seeking support as someone in a close relationship with an individual who has a marginalized identity?
Hey! I’m Jamie and I welcome all identities!
I’m your go-to therapist for a journey toward mental well-being. As a proud Black therapist, I bring a unique and empathetic perspective to the world of Mental Health.
Trust, warmth, and knowledge are at the heart of what I do.
Specializing in anxiety, stress, eating disorders, and ADHD, I’m your partner in conquering life’s hurdles, especially if you’re a superhero parent, mother, or caregiver of someone with ADHD – because I understand the challenges you face, and I’m here to support you.
My toolbox is stacked with modalities like CBT, DBT, psychoanalysis, and person-centered therapy – it’s like a superhero utility belt for your mental health!
I’m licensed in the great state of Michigan and my mission knows no bounds. I believe that therapy is the key to unlocking deeper emotional understanding, helping you navigate the twists and turns of life.
Armed with a Master of Science degree in Mental Health Counseling and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology, I’m here to guide you on your unique path to healing. What sets me apart? My life experiences. I’ve walked the winding paths of acceptance and growth, which make me uniquely empathetic, objective, and accepting.
One of my favorite quotes is, “Grant me the serenity to accept the things I can’t change, the courage to change what I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” It reminds me that acceptance is the first step toward inner peace, something we can work on together.
Ready to dive into this journey of self-discovery with a dash of fabulousness? Let’s chat!